This booklet examines the efforts of Bangladesh, Malawi, and Pakistan to increase the number of girls in school. These three countries have severe problems of access to education, ranking in the bottom third of developing countries on UNESCO's Basic Education Index. The document addresses several issues, including how governments grapple with the deep-seated cultural, institutional, and political factors that underlie the gender disparity in access to school, how parents and communities feel about these attempts, and what impact the reform efforts have on the people involved in managing and running the school system. It also follows the lives of some of the girls who have benefited from the reforms.Chile-Peru fishing area TnAljTagt;oon(fcriAl, , colon, denominotioni ond ony otter informotion inown on r+iii mop do nof itnpty, ... Among the most important factors affecting the variability of this ecosystem is the El Nino phenomenon, an occasionalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Managing Transboundary Stocks of Small Pelagic Fish|
|Author||:||Max Agüero, Exequiel Gonzalez|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 1996-01-01|